The town's historical centre. At 241 metres above sea level and 2.7 kilometres from the coast, the old centre maintains the tradition and charm of Andalusian mountain villages.
Due to its superb and privileged location, this is a place from where the whole coast can be admired, and this is reflected on the towns coat of arms: Vigía de la Costa (Watchtower of the Coast).
Arroyo de la Miel
The link between 'Benalmádena Pueblo' and 'Benalmádena Costa'. It is a town within another town and with the mountains and the sea as imaginary borders.
'Arroyo de la Miel' is the most important commercial centre of the town and as it is joined to the 'Costa del Sol' by modern residential areas with picturesque gardens, its most modern architecture is mixed with the traditional Andalusian style.
With excellent transport links, 'Arroyo de la Miel' offers a quality of life which is able to satisfy all demands.
'Benalmádena Costa' spans along the district with almost 9 kilometres of clean and well taken care of beaches, equipped with a variety of all kinds of services.
The fine sands alternate between lively beaches and small intimate coves which may be enjoyed throughout the whole year, thanks to the climate of this area.
A modern marina with more than a thousand mooring points and an impeccable range of services, delights visitors who come to the town every year.
With more than a thousand mooring points, Benalmádena Marina has become an international benchmark by its own right, thanks to its extraordinary calendar of regattas and fishing tournaments, etc.
Exceptional services and a strong emphasis on quality have made the marina to be recognized as one of the best in the world.